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  • Spokane March for Babies raises $155,000

    The March for Babies benefit Saturday in Spokane raised $155,000 for the March of Dimes to help babies be born healthy. About 800 residents took part in the walk, which …


  • PJ’s Pub to hold fundraiser in memory of customer who died of cancer

    The gang at PJ’s Pub, 1717 N. Monroe St., is raising funds Monday for cancer research as well as victims of this year’s wildfires. Rick’s RELO Rally will include a …


  • A heart-warming Festival of Trees

    Joy Richards has helped out with Kootenai Health Foundation’s signature fundraising event, the Festival of Trees, every year since its inception in 1989. But this year, the event took on …


  • The Big Table

    As a restaurant reviewer for several local publications, Kevin Finch thought he’d found a recipe that combined his greatest passions. “I love food and I love to write. I also …


  • COPS fundraisers coming up

    Nevada-Lidgerwood COPS have a couple of fundraisers coming up next week. First off is a pizza night at Shakey’s Pizza on May 20 from 5 to 8 p.m. The restaurant …


  • Pancake feed to benefit Polly Judd Park shelter

    It’s a soggy Monday morning at Polly Judd Park, located just above the bluff at the far western end of 14th Avenue on the South Hill. Yet it wasn’t rain …


  • Valley Meals short on funds

    Valley Meals on Wheels executive director Pam Almeida is nervously eyeing her bottom line, fearing her annual fundraising drive won’t bring in enough money to avoid cuts. She has collected …


  • ‘Hillyard Santa’ seeks toys that bring kids holiday cheer

    Clyde Decker is known all over Spokane as “Hillyard’s Santa.” In his bright red polo shirt and Hillyard Pride hat, he inspires the community all year with unmatched dedication to …


  • Christian skateboarding group gets ready to head to Egypt

    Thousands of Egyptians are expected to watch next week when a group of Coeur d’Alene skateboarders and bikers soar up and down ramps, jumping cars and rows of people. Then …


  • CdA fashion show benefits environmental alliance

    The outfit Rebecca Patano designed is a testament to two of her loves: roasting coffee beans and working with metal. The hoop skirt frame evolved from an upside-down tomato cage …


  • International meet awaits Spokane powerlifter

    Danna Snow is a petite woman with a firm handshake. Sitting in regular sweats on a Friday morning at Gold’s Gym on the South Hill, she looks like a marathon …


  • Take some tea, raise some funds for churches

    Spring brings with it a variety of teas and fundraisers as churches emerge from winter. This week there are opportunities for meals, a talented speaker and lots of bidding. • …


  • Church groups plan fundraisers

    It appears to be a week for fundraising at several Valley churches that will host events to benefit various causes. • The Spokane Valley United Methodist Church will host its …


  • Paying for new computers

    The computers available to students in the Medicine Wheel Academy, part of Havermale High School, are getting old. The program offers a curriculum structured toward Native American students, and according …


  • Book sale will benefit Moran Library

    If you’ve been doing any spring cleaning, you may be wondering what to do with all of those gently-used books that have been piling up in your house. The Friends …


  • Jerry Lewis Telethon Raises Record Amount

    Jerry Lewis’ annual Labor Day telethon raised a record $47.8 million for the battle against muscular dystrophy, officials said Monday. The 30th annual telethon telethon, which began Sunday and ended …


  • Hamp’s Camp Full Gospel Mission Looking For Funds For Its Summer Program Benefiting Low-Income Kids

    The Rev. Clifton E. Hamp

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